Collaborative Corner

It Takes a Village: How Clinicians, Researchers, and Patient Families Can Collaborate Toward Cures for Childhood Brain Tumors

A Message from the CBTTC Executive Committee Chair As I reflect on the past year – my first as Executive Committee Chair of the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium (CBTTC) – I am filled with gratitude for the opportunity to serve and support this diverse community of physicians, scientists, patient families and philanthropic supporters, who…

#BrainTumorAwarenessMonth: Increased Support of Collaborative Brain Tumor Research is Critical to Improving Treatments and Discovering Cures for Children

  Every May, foundations, patient groups, hospitals, and researchers around the world call on the public to “Go Gray in May” to raise awareness about Brain Tumors and to encourage public support for research into these often devastating and life-threatening diseases in children and adults. According to the Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United…

“Holidays & Hope” by The Kortney Rose Foundation

Each month, the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium highlights the stories and contributions of patient families, clinicians and researchers in “Collaborative Corner” to find cures for pediatric brain tumors.  If you would like to share your story as a guest blogger, please email communications@cbttc.org By Kristen Gillette, Founder/Executive Director, The Kortney Rose Foundation From November 28, 2018…

Biden Cancer Summit- Dr. Jay Storm Presents CBTTC’s Commitment

On Friday, September 21st, Dr. Phillip “Jay” Storm joins the Biden Cancer Community Summit in Washington D.C. to present the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium’s (CBTTC) Pediatric Brain Tumor Atlas (PBTA) Kids First Data Resource Center’s commitment to improving childhood disease research.   “The Biden Cancer Initiative is a great opportunity to highlight the open…

Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium Launches First-of-Its-Kind Pediatric Brain Tumor Atlas

Today, the CBTTC announced the launch of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Atlas, A dataset of more than 2,500 childhood brain tumor samples will be available to researchers within an open-access, collaborative and cloud-based environment PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 10, 2018  — One of the world’s most comprehensive collections of childhood brain tumor data is now available to researchers…

“Milestones” by Christopher Brandle Joy of Life Foundation

Each month, the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium highlights the stories and contributions of patient families, clinicians and researchers in “Collaborative Corner” to find cures for pediatric brain tumors.  If you would like to share your story as a guest blogger, please email communications@cbttc.org   By Mary Brandle, Christopher’s mother, Secretary of Christopher Brandle Joy of…

“Four Pennies” by Swifty Foundation

Each month, the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium highlights the stories and contributions of patient families, clinicians and researchers in “Collaborative Corner” to find cures for pediatric brain tumors.  If you would like to share your story as a guest blogger, please email communications@cbttc.org   By Patti Gustafson, Swifty Foundation Every long and difficult journey starts with…

“Kristen’s Story: A 30 Year Brain Tumor Survivor” by the Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation

Each month, the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium highlights the stories and contributions of patient families, clinicians and researchers in “Collaborative Corner” to find cures for pediatric brain tumors.  If you would like to share your story as a guest blogger, please email communications@cbttc.org   Submitted by Gary Jaworski, PhD, President, Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation Kristen…

“What I’m Aware of In My 8th Year of Brain Cancer Awareness” by Dragon Master Foundation

Each month, the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium highlights the stories and contributions of patient families, clinicians and researchers in “Collaborative Corner” to find cures for pediatric brain tumors.  If you would like to share your story as a guest blogger, please email communications@cbttc.org   By Amanda Haddock, President, Dragon Master Foundation It is Brain Tumor Awareness…